As explored in our series on the topic, carbon fiber 3D printing is experiencing an exciting period of growth. While there are a number of large-scale carbon fiber 3D printing systems in the works, desktop machines are much more common for prototyping.
Markforged can be said to be the original pioneer in the space, given its launch of such a 3D printer in 2014. More recently, however, several competitors have emerged that include Desktop Metal , Anisoprint, and 9T Labs . To learn more about this last firm’s technology, 3DPrint.com interviewed CEO Martin Eichenhofer. According to SmarTech Analysis’s “ 3D Printed Composites Materials Markets – 2018 ”, 3D printed composites, heavily driven by carbon fiber 3D […]
Drones bring great energy to the design and 3D printing realm, with engineers engaged in developing new technology...